Cisco HyperFlex HX-Series Pricing and License Cost

Ole Johan
Network Engineer at a tech services company
I would like a clearer licensing model. It should explain a bit more what you receive if you buy the more expensive license rather than the standard one. This would probably help in a lot of cases. View full review »
MatsHagberg Olsson
Enterprise System Architect at SAAB Group
They are not the cheapest on the market. But there's an old saying I like to quote: "If you know that you are getting what you pay for, it's fine if it's expensive." View full review »
Dan Abamonte
Project Director for IT at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
One of the challenges we have with HyperFlex is that they have a subscription fee for the operating system that runs on it, and if I remember correctly, it costs approximately $15,000 USD per month. View full review »
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Karuna Madhu Devandla
General Manager of IT at Magma Fincorp Ltd.
We negotiated with Cisco and we got some price benefit from that. View full review »
SherifAbouelezz
CIO at Latif Group
It's much more expensive than rack servers. It was an issue, but when you compare it to the number of people who were administrative assistants before, it's on the positive ROI side. It's much cheaper. View full review »
Zeray Assefa
Director of Network Operations at a government
My advice about the product is simply that it's not cheap. If you have budget limitations it is best to look elsewhere. View full review »
Juarez Thomazelli
Pre Sales Manager at Vortex TI
Here in Brazil, our point of view about the cost to implement or buy this kind of solution is that it is very expensive. It's very hard for almost all companies to buy even the small version of this solution. For me, this is the most negative point of the Cisco solution: the price and the licensing costs. View full review »
MangerAs3376
Manger Assistant in Storage at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It's roughly $30,000 per HyperFkex license, so that would be about $60,000 a year. View full review »
DivMgr4312
Divisional Manager - Engineering at a engineering company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Initially HyperFlex was a little costly, it was higher, but Cisco wanted to get into our company, so they gave us a fair discount. We have also gone for another setup from Cisco, which we should soon receive, the vGPU. On this second purchase they were not able to give the same discount. View full review »
ITInfrase578
IT Infrastructure Manager at Azersun Holding
Pricing is better if you buy more Cisco products. View full review »
ITsys6af8
IT Systems Consultant at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Our licensing is hybrid. We have all of our applications for billing and outage management through this. View full review »
Chris Wall
Sr IT Manager at Aryzta
We currently have a perpetual license, which is kind of unlimited, so we don't have the normal licensing cost, yet. View full review »
Farrukh Qadir
Sr. System Engineer with 51-200 employees
in my opinion, i recommend Cisco hyperflex. View full review »
user4583
Data Center Supervisor at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
The price is a bit high. It could be better, but the product is worth the cost. View full review »
NetworkE4e20
Network Engineer at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
Our licensing costs are large, but it is combined between all of the Cisco products that we have. View full review »
Pantelis Rizos
CIO at a energy/utilities company
I would like the pricing to be cheaper. View full review »
Archie Tamayo
Common Tech at PCGLA
We have a 3-year contract with Cisco. The license is for three years also. View full review »
Solutionffa3
Solution Architect at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Comparable solutions with switches, storage, and services are cheaper than HyperFlex. It should be cheaper. View full review »
Carlo Poggiarelli
Solution Architect at Teleconsys
The pricing is a bit expensive. View full review »
RuudVan Donk
Solution Consultant IBM Storage/Lenovo/Softlayer at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Cisco is quite expensive but not in the initial first buy. View full review »
DcCenter417d
Data Center Specialist at a comms service provider with 5,001-10,000 employees
The pricing is expensive. View full review »
ManagerC68d8
Manager at a comms service provider with 5,001-10,000 employees
The price is a bit too high. View full review »
Fernando Calvo
Pre-sales Consultant Manager at Econocom
The product is expensive. Other solutions are cheaper. View full review »
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